The Basket Weaver, Paul Jacoulet, 1948 RemoueYap. Condition: Excellent.
Basilio, Young Boy Of Saipan holding seashells, Marianas. A beautiful early print using flecks of Gold and Silver leaf in background. 1934, Condition Excellent
Paul Jacoulet, Femme Tatouee, This is undoubtedly one of Jacoulet's most haunting and desirable images. This print was Jacoulet's personal favorite, and hung for many years over his bed. Credit, (excerpt) The Prints of Paul Jacoulet, by Richard Miles. Perfect condition. This is that rare first edition, the paper is a little tired but the near perfection of the image and the scarcity of this print make it one of the best, if not the best Jacoulet finds in many years.
The Young Chief Saragan And His Slave. Paul Jacoulet, Yap 1949. Condition: Excellent
Paul Jacoulet, Rainbow Series 1934 Chamorro Woman "Red" Seven Women of the South Seas. Condition: Very Good
This is one of Jacoulet's Best. Beautiful Image, Strong Colors. even light toning on front and back, Full Margins. Excellent condition.
Dans L'Isle De Tinian, 1960. One of Jacoulets last works and the last of his shell series. Edition Fewer than 50, Condition: Excellent. Full margins, near perfect paper, there is a quarter inch piece of tape on the top back. No other condition problems. Miles number: 160.
Paul Jacoulet,The Replacement, Miles (No. 142) The model, a Chinese girl who was living in Seoul, recently lost a baby. Her pet rabbit was a poor substitute, but it gave Jacoulet and idea for an image that has grown steadily more popular since his death. The young lady also was the inspiration for Les Jades (No...
Paul Jacoulet, Le Chant Des Vagues, Ponape East Carolines, 1936. The image is a very rare First edition in Excellent Condition.
Paul Jacoulet, Autumn Pilgrimages, Miles No. 150 Condition: Color Excellent, Margins Full, Paper Perfect Overall Really Perfect Fewer than 140 created
Japanese woodblock, Paul Jacoulet, Menado Man and Mangosteen,1935. Condition: Very Good
Paul Jacoulet, 1950 Les Perles More than 300 individual impressions of nearly sixty blocks, carved on both sides, were needed to create this ultimate technical tour de force of twentieth century art. A companion to Le Mandarin aux Lunettes (No. 106), it was as though Jacoulet wished to display his technique by printing the silver threads on the gossamer cloth in front of his figure, rather then as a flat design on the background...